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February 11, 2008

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Irene Donnell

Things are changing. The new mayors (Ramos and Torres) cleaned up the corrupt cops as soon as they took office in November. Patrols of civilians report any interaction with US visitors directly to the mayor's office. Many police were fired and replaced. All guns were conficated and ballistics run. Dozens went to jail. Saleries which were $600 A MONTH were raised to $1,500 with the understanding that anyone taking a bribe or coercing tourists would be fired immediately. In December, the American Consulate, who gets 200-400 complains every month, got ZERO for Tijuana and only 10 for Rosarito. My hats off to Mr. Ramos and Mr. Torres the mayors. Great work. We look forward to enjoying Baja and appreciate your results.

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